Новости спинальной хирургии

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  • Dr Olivia Chapple is awarded the prestigious Elizabeth Medal of Honour by the RHS
    The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has presented the prestigious Elizabeth Medal of Honour to Dr Olivia Chapple, founder and Chair of Trustees at Horatio’s Garden. At a ceremony at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Olivia received the award from Keith Weed, President of the RHS. The Elizabeth Medal of Honour (EMH)… Read more »
  • Horatio’s Garden brings RHS Chelsea garden to life in Sheffield
    Horatio’s Garden has started work on its eighth garden at The Princess Royal Spinal Injuries Centre Unit at Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, one year exactly since it began its life as the Best in Show winning garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, supported by Project Giving Back. Charity founders… Read more »
  • Osteotec announces Lisa Watts as National Sales Manager of new spine division
    Osteotec, a manufacturer and distributor of medical devices, recently announced it has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of Lisa Watts as national sales manager. The newly created role will see Watts bring her wealth of industry experience to lead the introduction of an exciting new vertical within the… Read more »
  • Red light therapy for repairing spinal cord injury passes milestone
    Patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) could benefit from a future treatment to repair nerve connections using red and near-infrared light. The method, invented by scientists at the University of Birmingham, U.K. and patented by University of Birmingham Enterprise, involves delivering light directly to the site of the injury. Their… Read more »
  • Neurokinex calls on impact investors to make flagship Leeds facility a reality
    Neurokinex – a provider of specialist activity-based rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury – is calling on impact investors to help make its proposed flagship Leeds facility a reality. Specialised gym rehabilitation for those with neurological impairments, such as stroke or spinal cord injury, has been proven to have… Read more »
  • New network aims to unlock UK research potential into spinal cord injury
    Spinal Research is driving a major new initiative aimed at unlocking the UK’s potential for cutting edge research into spinal cord injury. The Spinal Cord Injury Clinical Research Network was formally launched this month and brings together clinicians, academics, researchers and potential funders across the UK. It aims to catalyse… Read more »
  • Chronic pain linked to socioeconomic background
    Development of chronic musculoskeletal pain can be influenced by socioeconomics, fear of movement, smoking and poorer support networks, new research shows.  In a systematic review of current evidence, researchers found that people from a lower socioeconomic background were twice as likely to develop chronic pain following injury.   Those with a… Read more »
  • NCIP rollout to 400 consultant spinal surgeons
    A national rollout of the National Consultant Information Programme (NCIP) portal is under way to all consultant spinal surgeons in England, enabling them to review their individual outcomes data to improve clinical quality and patient safety. Around 400 consultant spinal surgeons have now been registered on the portal, gaining access… Read more »

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